12 Cents for Marvin, Taylor Shae play Stadium Sessions Friday, Oct. 26

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Taylor Shae and 12 Cents for Marvin will take the stage before the Border War with Wyoming Friday as part of Stadium Sessions, the free outdoor performances by top Colorado bands before every Colorado State University home football game.

Since it’s a Friday night game, there will be no New Belgium Porch performance at Canvas Stadium this week, and instead Shae and 12 Cents for Marvin will play as part of the Coors Light Ram Walk Tailgate leading up to the 8 p.m. kickoff against the Cowboys Oct. 26.

The Coors Light Ram Walk Tailgate, near the intersection of Meridian Avenue and Hughes Way north of the stadium, opens to the public at 4 p.m., four hours before kickoff.

About the Tailgate

The Tailgate not only offers the Stadium Sessions performances but also games on TV and food, beer and wine for purchase. It is hosted by the CSU Alumni Association, Department of Athletics, and Division of External Relations, in partnership with the Bohemian Foundation and High Country Beverage.

This second season of Stadium Sessions has included performances by The Patti Fiasco, Write Minded, A.J. Fullerton, the Gasoline Lollipops, the Manabi Salsa Band, Whippoorwill, Lois and the Lantern and Guerrilla Fanfare.

All Stadium Sessions performances are free and open to the public. See stadiumsessions.colostate.edu for the full schedule and more information.